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Photographing Colin the Cuckoo at Thursley Common

Photographing Colin the Cuckoo at Thursley Common

Photographing Colin the cuckoo at Thursley Common

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Great views of winter thrushes, a wildlife photographers guide

Great views of winter thrushes, a wildlife photographers guide

Winter is a great time to catch up with both our resident and migrant thrushes. Wildlife photographer Mike Lane explains how to track them down and get great views.

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Creating foreground blur

Creating foreground blur

One of the questions I am often asked about my images is: “how do you get the foreground so blurry?”

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Six great birds to find this winter

Six great birds to find this winter

As a winter challenge, wildlife photographer Mike Lane describes where to find six of the best birds of the season.

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Invasion of the Exotic; the Ring-necked Parakeet

Invasion of the Exotic; the Ring-necked Parakeet

Colourful, gregarious and highly photogenic; what is there not to love about Ring-necked Parakeets?

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The circle of life

The circle of life

I am seeing a lot of social media posts at the moment about people horrified by the actions of predators especially in gardens.

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